On Quietude: Q&A with Poet Jenny Binckes Lee

Jenny Binckes Lee lives, writes, and whispers to growing things in Kensington, Maryland. Stringing words together is how she reminds herself to notice bravery, kindness, and the quicksilver beauty of small things. Jenny’s poem “Nuns of My Order” appeared in LPR’s Summer 2019 issue. She read this poem at our June issue launch (video below). Many thanks […]

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A Very Fond Farewell to LPR Board Member Truth Thomas

Truth Thomas is a true triple threat—a poet, musician, and publisher—and for the past several years he has been an integral part of the Little Patuxent Review family, serving as both a guest editor and a member of the Board. If you’ve interacted with Truth, you’ve seen the sincerity and heart that he brings to everything he […]

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Why I Write: Does the World Need More Writers?

Benjamin Inks is a Seattle native who graduated magna cum laude from the Ohio State University. He’s a purple-hearted veteran who writes whenever he can, aspiring to one day turn his passion into a career. He resides in Northern Virginia. Benjamin’s essay “The Psychology of Concealed Carry” appeared in LPR’s Summer 2019 issue. His guest post is […]

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